SOAP AND GLORY SUPER VOLUME THICK AND FAST MASCARA - SUPERJET BLACK
The Soap and Glory Super Volume Thick and Fast Mascara is
the first Soap and Glory make up product I’d tried. When I’d looked online I
saw some mixed reviews on it, so wasn’t sure whether or not to get it, but, I
got given it in a Soap and Glory set, and this mascara did not disappoint! I
think it’s great! It’s meant to give ‘super volume’ and even though I’m not
sure what the difference between this and ‘volume’ is, I think it definitely
makes my lashes look longer. It coats my top and bottom lashes really well, and
doesn’t flake throughout the day. Because it lasts so well, I tend to wear it
on days where I won’t be topping it up and want it to go from day to night.
SOAP AND GLORY SEXY MOTHER PUCKER GLOSS STICK - NUDIST
The perfect nude lipstick. I wear it all the time. It’s got
great staying power and is really moisturising on your lips. It’s really
annoying when you have a drink and see more of your lipstick has gone onto the
cup than stayed on your lips, however this isn’t like that at all. It doesn’t
really transfer and I can eat and drink freely without worrying about whether
it’s smudged or disappeared completely. It smells great, can’t describe what it
smells of but whatever it is is great. It isn’t sticky on your lips and doesn’t
have a horrible taste. It comes in a crayon like packaging making it really
easy to apply, and build to suit the strength of colour you want.
I have this in the shade nudist and would definitely
purchase another colour.
Throughout the month of September I have rediscovered my
love of biscuits! How I ever lost it is beyond me, but I haven’t really sat
down and had a cuppa with a couple of biscuits much this year at all until
September came. I think when it started getting darker earlier at night, I kind
of thought onesie weather was back and that comes with hot chocolates and biscuits.
Gone back to my all time favourite, the classic digestive, but I’ve also been
having a few Jammy Dodgers, a complete throwback to my childhood!
I love a good scented candle, but I’m definitely more of a
fan during Autumn/Winter than I am in warmer weather. I bought a couple of
cheap candles from Asda last year for a few pounds each and hardly burnt them
but this month I’ve lit one in my room every single day and absolutely love
them. They were only cheap and the smell isn’t as strong as I would like it too
be, however for the price I can’t complain. I’ve become addicted to burning
them, and my room just doesn’t look right without them glowing in the corner.
BOOK - ELEANOR AND PARK
I really like this book. I couldn’t put it down. Even
though I was desperate to find out how it ended I was kind of gutted when it
did. I also felt like there was soooo many unanswered questions I really wanted
to read more. The book is about two teenagers, Eleanor and Park (the book
title’s imaginative, right?) and its told from both their individual points of
view. It’s almost as it the same event is happening twice, but they both think
of it differently so often, it tells the reader what’s going on inside their
heads, when they don’t know what the other is thinking. It’s about first love, heartbreak,
friendship, family loyalties and individual challenges and all within 329 pages.
So that’s it, my first favourites
post over. I had no idea what I was going to choose but liked thinking back.
September went so quickly, can’t believe it’s already October, it’ll soon be
Christmas and then a whole new year. Wow. Time flies! Anyway, back to
September, that’s what I was loving. If anyone reads this I’ll do another at
the end of October.